Grateful Giving

If you and your family would like to express your gratitude for the outstanding care your child received at Children’s of Alabama, here are some ways you can help.


Serve as an advocate for Children’s by sharing your story with others to help raise awareness for Children’s of Alabama.


Make a tribute gift in honor or memory of your child to help provide the best medicine for other children in our care.

You can donate online by clicking here or mail a donation to:

Children's of Alabama
ATTN: Grace Bingham
Development Coordinator
1600 7th Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35233


Fundraise for Children’s by donating your birthday back to the hospital or host a celebration of your own.

Specialty Car Tags

Specialty Car Tags Supporting Children's of AlabamaHelp fund pediatric research and treatment when you renew your license plate this year by purchasing a specialty tag at any Alabama Department of Motor Vehicle location for a cost of $50 – and $41.25 of that will be donated to Children’s. Curing Childhood Cancer specialty license tags benefit cancer research at The Alabama Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders. Fighting Cystic Fibrosis specialty license tags benefit the fight against CF. Hope for Kids with Diabetes specialty license tags benefit pediatric diabetes patient care, physician training and research to benefit the thousands of young Alabamians growing up with this disease. The Mending Kids’ Hearts specialty license tags benefit patient care, research and specialized physician training for the Pediatric and Congenital Heart Center of Alabama.

Help End Epilepsy Specialty Car Tag
A new specialty license plate is now available to residents of Alabama who want to show their support of children with pediatric epilepsy. In a collaboration between the Pediatric Epilepsy Program at Children’s of Alabama and Epilepsy Foundation Alabama, the Help End Epilepsy tag will provide valuable funding for patient care, education, research and specialized physician training for the Pediatric Epilepsy Program at Children’s of Alabama.

For the state of Alabama to produce the specialty tag, a minimum requirement of 1,000 commitments must be met. Thanks to a contribution from a generous donor to Children’s, the first 1,000 supporters to request the Help End Epilepsy specialty tag will receive the tag free of additional charge for the first year. Supporters will still be responsible for their regular motor vehicle registration taxes and fees. After the first 1,000 commitments are met, supporters may purchase the Help End Epilepsy tag for $50 at any Alabama Department of Motor Vehicles office. Of that amount, $41.25 will go to the Pediatric Epilepsy Program at Children’s. The program currently provides care for more than 5,000 children in Alabama, using the latest technologies and state of the art facilities to diagnose and treat seizures.


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